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Things I liked:I love the idea(at least)of a .25 cal in a springer, however I have come to the conclusion that most of the .25 cal springers are just not up to what they should be for that caliber, much over 25-30 yds. I wish to preclude anything further I say with, the Webley Patriot that "I" received, is NOT necessarily a reflection on ALL .25 cal Patriots. Mine had some wood missing that did not allow the forward wood screw for the trigger guard to tighten down, the trigger itself had a very large amount of lateral play in it and getting to group any proximity of "tight" beyond 10yds was nearly impossible, regardless of which pellets I used..though the 25.39 grain JSB's grouped the best, out at 25yds with 4 inch groups!!..and before anyone says anything, I DO know how to utilize the Artillery Hold as I also own an RWS 48, 350, Diana 52, Weihrauch HW77 & HW80 and have NO issues with any of them at all, for Any reason..and at much greater distances.
Things I would have changed:Webley / Hatsan, and Hatsan in particular, needs to seriously take a second look at their "quality control",at least as far as the Patriot is concerned, they definitely have some issues in that regard. I think they need to spend a little less focus on "FPS" and concentrate a bit more on refinements & "QC".
What others should know:Before purchasing a SPRINGER in .25 cal, of any manufacture, do yourself a favor and do a thorough study of ballistics, especially between .22 & the .25 particularly if your intended targets are most generally in excess of 35 yards, you just may find that a .22cal of Quality stature, such as RWS/Diana, AirArms, Weihrauch,etc..will meet your needs more suitably than a .25 cal Springer will. In my opinion, if you want a .25 cal, then a PCP is really the way to go in order to realize the true worth of that cal. because, again..in my opinion, I just don't believe (nor, have I ever seen) that the power plants of todays springers are developed to the point, yet..that they can do the .25 any real justice. I exchanged (and Upgraded) my Patriot for a Benjamin M-Rod recently (at PA) and am Very Glad that I did, the PCP Really Is worthy of the larger caliber, and a deadly joy to shoot, I love it. I also Must say, that I cannot say enough Good, about PA & staff, in a word, INTEGRITY and SERVICE.
Things I liked:Beutiful stock.
Things I would have changed:I made a mistake buying this rifle.... Already gave it to a friend that thinks can do something with it.
What others should know:After beeing used to shoot with PCP's, this is like carring a very heavy bag of stones to try to obtain the accuracy of a slingshot... When I bought it I had the oportuinity of buyin a Weirauch .25... I opted for the cheapest option... I paid the bill.
Things I liked:Powerful beautiful springer. Always wanted one throughout the years. In .25 caliber about the only way to go with such a strong power plant. Accuracy with crow magnum pellets very good even with just the open sights.
Things I would have changed:Get the SAFETY LOOKED AT!!!!! BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD FOR THIS AIRGUN. BETTER QUALITY CONTROL FROM MANUFACTURER AS IT APPEARS IT HAS BEEN THROWN OUT THE WINDOW. In NO WAY is this pyramid air's fault.I am sure they will do what they can to make things right.
What others should know: I am afraid to say that the Patriot I purchased in .25 caliber as like another reviewer posted is suffering from a very flaky SAFETY SWITCH!!! THIS IS A VERY BIG SAFETY HAZARD with such a strong airgun. I am very disappointed with what would have been a beautiful addition to the family. This defect has ended this airguns time with me in within 20 shots. Trigger also has excessive play. I don't even want to think about it going off UNEXPECTEDLY as the other person stated I will not take that chance.